The Philippines has a wonderfully diverse culture with food playing a key role and these brilliant Filipino recipes highlight that. Few cuisines are as delicious and diverse as Filipino food. And, the best part is that the Philippine archipelago is so vast that you can often find different variations of the same dish. From classic dishes to vegan twists, these tasty recipes are some of the best food bloggers from around the world.
Brilliant Filipino Recipes to Cook at Home
This delicious chicken braised in vinegar and soy sauce with lots of garlic is so good that you will be picking every piece off the bone.
The dish is created by Gina Homolka, a busy mom of two girls. Her food philosophy is to eat seasonal, whole foods and maintain good portion control.
Comfort in the form of a hearty stew can be found in nearly every country’s cuisine, and the Philippines is no different. Mechado, Filipino beef stew, is the Philippine’s version of the ubiquitous comfort food.
The recipe is created by Liren who is a mother of two and wife to one. She is currently based in the SF Bay Area, land of fresh foods and sublime wine.
Pancit is a Filipino dish that usually consists of noodles cooked with soy sauce along with some variation of meats and chopped vegetables.
The recipe comes from Caroline of Pickled Plum, who runs a blog with over 850 recipes packed with delicious flavors.
A hearty omelet to start your day, this Filipino breakfast torta is easy to make and a great solution for a quick meal any time of the day
This vegan-version of a Filipino dish is full of bold flavours and is spot on to the classic recipe. This vegan filipino chicken adobo is easy to make and will be ready in about 30 minutes. With a marinade of vinegar, black peppercorns, bay leaves, and tamari, it has the perfect balance of sweet and sour, with a kick!
Created by Jasmine and Chris of Sweet Simple Vegan, who share fresh and fun recipes to show you that vegan cooking is easy, approachable and delicious.
Kare-kare is a popular stew in Philippines that is served on special occasions like Feast Days (fiesta), Birthdays and family gatherings.
This Filipino recipe is a guest post on Nami’s Just One cookbook. Nami is a mainly Japanese home cook based in San Francisco, but with frequent explorations of world cuisine.
A tropical salsa brightens up one of the most brilliant Filipino recipes you will ever taste. The pork is beyond succulent thanks to the tender and slow cooking technique.
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